Now on sale on Amazon.com, the prequel to God Slayer, called Song of Dominion. Lord Thog is just discovering that immortality is not the gift he thought it was. After watching his wife Myrian, die in his arms, Lord Thog is lost both mentally and emotionally. The ruthless and beautiful Empress of Curason tricks Lord Thog into aiding her in her battle against a demon … [Read more...] about Song of Dominion
I had a review posted today by a woman blogger and I think she likes it vanilla… which is slightly awkward. The review was positive, and I thank her for it as it mentioned good character building, great monsters, and world building but she was unhappy because the characters in my book appeared to have ‘odd relationships with one another.’ Yes, indeed they do. The … [Read more...] about How Do You Like It?
♥ ¸.•*★Cover Reveal★´*•.¸ ♥ PREORDER: ONLY $2.99 A Bond of Sovereigns and Souls myBook.to/ABOSAS I am so excited to share this stunning cover with you for book 3 in The Goddess and the Guardians series. This YA Fantasy is ideal for lovers of SJ Maas & Sabaa Tahir. Full of fae warriors, magic, war and romance, if you love a strong female lead this book is for … [Read more...] about A Bond of Sovereigns and Souls
I love fantasy and sci-fi and grew up as part of the Star Wars empire. I also a keen reader of graphic novels particularly Japanese manga like Fruit Basket, Naruto, and Shaman King. In fact, I did consider writing The Torcian Chronicles for almost a day until I realised I was not a natural story illustrator and it takes me even longer to draw the pictures than write the … [Read more...] about The Crazy World of Fantasy Art
"Embrace the cold!" Snuggle up near a warm fireplace and read about a planet after global cooling, full of suspense and action! "If you enjoy dystopian fiction, then this is one to pick up. The main characters are compelling, the storyline is fantastic, and the concept will really get you thinking. Highly recommended." "A riveting book on climate change for … [Read more...] about “The Road to Chapultepec Park” by Dan Mariani